display cycle

display cycle

[di‚splā ‚sī·kəl]
(computer science)
In computer graphics, the sequence of operations carried out to display an image.

display cycle

In computer graphics, the series of operations required to display an image.
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The message and logo then disappear in 15 seconds, after appearing on the cursor within two display cycles in the e-mail.
For instance, by switching a layer clear and synchronizing it with each of the microdisplay RGB sequential display cycles, a broadband holographic optical capability can now be offered in display applications for the first time.